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‘The toil which stole from thee so many an hour
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Thus wrote Shelley to his wife Mary Godwin - on the completion of his epic poem, ‘The Revolt of Islam’ at his house in Marlow in 1818.
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Apart from the Shelleys (finding Marlow to their creative taste as Mary also finished ‘Frankenstein’) another notable associated with the town is
He designed the beautiful suspension bridge - and was also responsible for the bridge linking Buda and Pest over the
Danube in the Hungarian capital.
The parish church has a memorial to Sir Miles Hobart. This staunch parliamentarian defied King Charles over the
Tonnage Act in 1628. (Whereby the Crown was granted custom duties on barrels of
wine - a privilege not abolished until 1787).
Hobart barred the King’s messenger by locking the gate to the Commons and pocketing the key.
He was imprisoned in the Tower during the Commonwealth but released at the Restoration in 1660.
His memorial - a coach with a broken
wheel - depicts what then occurred. Hobart met his end in a coach accident in Holborn.